Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Tag: Spinal Cord Injury Education

Spinal Cord Injury Podcasts You Should Follow

Spinal Cord Injury Podcasts 15 Podcasts that focus on spinal cord injury related topics by people with spinal cord injuries. 1. U2FP CureCast U2FP CureCast United States About Podcast Unite 2 Fight Paralysis exists to unite and...

What happens in the spinal cord after injury?

https://youtu.be/87YphhN_HD8 In this video, Dr Mike explains what happens to the spinal cord after injury. He divides injury into primary and secondary phases, highlighting the cellular and molecular changes that occur in the spinal cord from...

Quadriplegic vs. Paraplegic | What’s the difference?

https://youtu.be/a1rj4-NfE-o Cole & Charisma put together a video explaining the difference between quadriplegia and paraplegia. Thank you to everyone who helped us make this video happen! Cole & Charisma hopes that this helps you all...

Stem Cell Therapy for Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury

In this presentation, Dr.Alicia Fuhrman in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Washington, explains the complex and rapidly expanding field of stem cell medicine. She begins by clarifying what stem cells are and how...

Concepts in Trauma Care: Spinal Cord Injuries – MED-ED

https://youtu.be/ziKNS_JkK8w Presented by Jeff Solheim, MSN, RN, CEN, TCRN, CFRN, FAEN, FAAN Although spinal cord injuries are not as common as many other injuries associated with trauma, the effects that spinal cord injuries have on the...

Nurses’ role in both prevention and treatment of cervical and lumbar injuries

A spinal cord injury is devastating for a patient, their family and their caregivers. Every 44 minutes a person sustains a spinal cord injury (SCI) in the United States resulting in approximately 12,000 SCIs...

About Spinal Cord Injury

Anna Hopson's PowerPoint presentation and interactive online lesson about spinal cord injury. Anna covers everything related to spinal cord injuries in this 35 minute Microsoft Office Mix Presentation.
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Quadriplegic Children’s Author Talks Stories, Setbacks and Success at Evergreen Elementary

Simon Calcavecchia, 34, of Olympia, visited Evergreen Elementary School April 7 to talk to students about his books, his music and his disability. He is the author of a children’s book series called “The Adventures...

10 of the most significant advances in spinal injury repair

Until World War II, people with spinal cord injuries had few treatment or rehabilitation options. And even today, spinal cord injuries can have catastrophic effects on everything from mobility to sensation, bladder, bowel and...

Time Equals Neurons – Spinal Cord Injury Management in the First 4 Hours

https://youtu.be/fONX3arUFN4 Urgent medical attention is critical to minimize the effects of any head or neck trauma. Dr. William Whetstone, UCSF professor of emergency medicine, and Dr. Lisa Pascual, UCSF professor of rehabilitation, go over how...